Wednesday, April 1, 2020
The Mountaineer’s daily COVID-19 update is a community collaboration, providing a centralized information resource highlighting Revelstoke’s response to the public health and economic crisis. In today’s update Revelstoke mayor Gary Sulz provides a video update on the city’s response to...
An unprecedented opportunity now stands before us, to leverage this crisis to create a more resilient and compassionate Revelstoke.
In today’s update, a local initiative to manufacture medical face masks, the Revelstoke Library offers a wide selection of online resources, the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Society adapts its outreach services, the Revelstoke Community Response Network helps isolated and vulnerable adults, and Telus helps low income families by waiving Internet for Good fees.


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In today's update, the B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons tells doctors they can no longer disclose the location of COVID-19 positive patients, Interior Health adapts to PPE shortages, Rogers Pass winter touring is done, the City of Revelstoke plans to bring bylaw officers back to work, and more.
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Revelstoke patient ventilator availability; new online farmers market; city utilities payment extension; Community Connections carries on; Revelstoke Credit Union waives fees
City to submit letter of support to province, Columbia Shuswap Regional District.
Fourth heli-skiing company reports COVID-19 test positive guest; Revelstoke businesses find ways to adapt in the midst of COVID-19; provincial government announces financial supplement for renters; Interior Health says there are no cases of COVID-19 in any of its long-term care facilities
Soak in the magnificent Monashee sunset views from the luxury estate lots on the natural viewing bench overlooking the Columbia River. The expansive views from Strata Lots 10 & 11 are unobstructed, on the downslope of Mount Mackenzie. Lot...
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure spokesperson said timelines are for the four-laning projects in Chase Creek and Salmon Arm to be tendered and start construction this year resumes online coverage with daily COVID-19 Revelstoke brief
Three Revelstoke healthcare workers talk about the struggles of the job and why they're motivated to do what they do. and Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine to suspend news operations March 22, 2020
I've been going for runs around Revelstoke every day for a break from being cooped up at home. From my experience, I can report that many people are not practicing self-isolation steps. It's surprisingly common given the gravity of the...
The latest group of students to complete Okanagan College's Health Care Assistant Certificate program are entering the workforce at a crucial time in healthcare.
From getting outside to going on a virtual museum tour, we’ve got some tips to help you get through social distancing
A US visitor who skied with Eagle Pass Heliskiing from Mar. 9-12 has since tested positive for COVID-19, the heliskiing company reports.
A Canadian Mountain Holidays (CMH) heliskiing guest who stayed at the Regent Inn in Revelstoke from March 11–16 has since tested positive for COVID-19. CMH spokesperson Salina Riemer contacted Revelstoke Mountaineer with the news. CMH operates out of several backcountry lodges...
City of Revelstoke to close all public parks starting on March 21.
Community Futures Revelstoke (CFR), a federally funded business development organization, is seeking ways to help local businesses during the COVID-19 crisis. CFR general manager Kevin Dorrius said they are getting a lot of requests for assistance. “We are getting numerous requests...
Photos: Downtown Revelstoke was quiet this morning as most retail locations are now closed.